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Tandoori Flames - South Kingsville
15 Vernon Street, South Kingsville
Indian food is a permanent favourite among the diners of Australia, and when you’re choosing a place to dine for an evening in Melbourne, it is an option that is always on the table. One of the best places to pick up a curry in the Melbourne area, particularly in South Kingsville, is Tandoori Flames on Vernon Street, and if you head on over for a evening, you won’t be disappointed. They’re open daily from 5pm til late, and their menu is packed with curry house favourites, so book a table now and make your way down.
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Good service and food but only a few other patrons.
Good food and good service. Staff were friendly. We went the day there was live music so it was an enjoyable night. We could dine there again.
A few elements need to come together to make a superb meal out, and Indian food offers them in excess. A great welcome is of course a necessity, and at Tandoori Flames in South Kingsville, you’re sure to get one. A location that is convenient helps, and if you head over to their location on Vernon Street, you have that, as they are easily reached off West Gate Freeway and via Spotswood train station. And, of course, a superb menu is a given: in this part of Melbourne, they have that covered.
The menu at an Indian restaurant needs to match favourites that can please a crowd with rare delicacies that keep the purists coming back. At Tandoori Flames, they have these in spades. Visitors to South Kingsville’s Vernon Street will be able to fill up on the starters – pakoras, samosas, poppadoms – and traditional curries – madras, vindaloo, korma – while also offering some lesser seen Indo-Chinese dishes such as wok-fried paneer and chicken Manchurian. Book a table now to taste some of the most diverse Indian cuisine available in Melbourne.